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Tajikistan plans to open six vocational training centers.

Tajikistan plans to open six vocational training centers. Three of them will be engaged in the training of migrant workers. The training will be conducted according to international standards, including teaching Russian and English. Migrants will also be taught the culture of the country they are going to. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Labor, Migration and Employment of Tajikistan Shahnoza Nodiri. According to her, the centers will be commissioned in April—June of this year.

“Language training in English, Russian and Korean, financial literacy, history and culture of the country of destination of the migrant worker will take place,” she said, speaking via video link at the International Economic Forum of the CIS member States (quoted by TASS). Ms. Nodiri added that the creation of such centers is aimed at diversifying labor migration flows from the republic.

Valentina Matvienko, Chairman of the Federation Council of Russia, spoke about the need to open training centers for migrant workers in Tajikistan in 2022. During the official visit of the delegation of the upper house to Tajikistan, Ms. Matvienko proposed to teach migrants the Russian language and the basics of Russian legislation in such centers.

Also in 2022, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated the need to open migrant training centers in those countries from where the main flow of labor migration is coming to the Russian Federation: Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.

Against the background of the recent terrorist attack in Crocus City Hall, which four Tajik immigrants are accused of committing, migrants have come under the close influence of security forces.

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